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add 'ago' or 'from now' to duration string

not great code, should probably refactor this at some point
master
alyssa rose 1 month ago
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      renderer/renderer.go

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renderer/renderer.go

@ -70,45 +70,53 @@ func displayInteractionCount(c int64) string {
return ""
}
func DurToStr(dur time.Duration) string {
func DurToStr(dur time.Duration, isAgo bool) string {
ret := ""
s := dur.Seconds()
if s < 60 {
return strconv.Itoa(int(s)) + "s"
}
m := dur.Minutes()
if m < 60*2 {
return strconv.Itoa(int(m)) + "m"
}
h := dur.Hours()
if h < 24*2 {
return strconv.Itoa(int(h)) + "h"
}
d := h / 24
if d < 30*2 {
return strconv.Itoa(int(d)) + "d"
}
mo := d / 30
if mo < 12*2 {
return strconv.Itoa(int(mo)) + "mo"
}
y := mo / 12
return strconv.Itoa(int(y)) + "y"
if s < 60 {
ret = strconv.Itoa(int(s)) + "s"
} else if m < 60*2 {
ret = strconv.Itoa(int(m)) + "m"
} else if h < 24*2 {
ret = strconv.Itoa(int(h)) + "h"
} else if d < 30*2 {
ret = strconv.Itoa(int(d)) + "d"
} else if mo < 12*2 {
ret = strconv.Itoa(int(mo)) + "mo"
} else {
ret = strconv.Itoa(int(y)) + "y"
}
if isAgo {
ret += " ago"
} else {
ret += " from now"
}
return ret
}
func timeSince(t time.Time) string {
d := time.Since(t)
if d < 0 {
d = 0
return timeUntil(t)
}
return DurToStr(d)
return DurToStr(d, true)
}
func timeUntil(t time.Time) string {
d := time.Until(t)
if d < 0 {
d = 0
return timeSince(t)
}
return DurToStr(d)
return DurToStr(d, false)
}
func formatTimeRFC3339(t time.Time) string {

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